- Super Tekla acknowledges the support that he had during and after his recent controversy.
- The comedian’s former partner previously accused the comedian of abusing her when they were still living together.
After comedian Super Tekla’s recent controversy, he admitted that he gained so much more support and following which inspired him to get back to vlogging.
The 38-year-old star expressed his gratitude to those who continued to support and love him despite going through hurdles in life.
He added that it wasn’t easy for him as he was deeply affected after he was accused by his former partner Michelle Bana-ag of abusing her.
Michelle previously went to seek help from broadcaster Raffy Tulfo and stated that her partner harassed her and even forced her to have sex with him even if it’s against her will.
“Kahit po masama yung pakiramdam ko, hindi niya po ako maintindihan; Kasi hindi po niya mapigilan yung sarili niya. Gusto niya po akong galawin, para po safety, pina-injectionan niya po ako,” Michelle said.
“Mumurahin niya po ako, hindi na siya kikibo… tapos di na po siya bibili ng pagkain kahit na nagugutom na yung mga pamangkin ko na andito.”
In his recent vlog, Super Tekla also said mentioned his friends and GMA-7 for not abandoning him amid the issue. He then mentioned two of his closest colleagues, comedians Donita Nose and Boobay.
Tekla then mentioned the netizens who didn’t participate in the hate against him at that time. He marked this phase of his life as another chance to start again.
“Ito po ‘yung dahilan kung bakit ginawa ko ‘to, dahil naramdaman ko na nandiyan kayo na kayang suportahan at alalayan ako sa pagsisimula. Moving on. Kalimutan na natin ang nangyari. May mas magandang gagawin at mga makabuluhang bagay na pwede nating, pwede kong gawin; makapaghatid ulit ng kasiyahan kasi ayaw kong mawala si Tekla eh sa mga nangyari.”
He added that he will work hard to bring the “old” Tekla back.
“Gusto kong bumalik si Tekla, ‘yung sigla ni Tekla, ‘yung kulit ni Tekla, ‘yung pagiging ako.”
Tekla also advised everyone to refrain from immediately judging someone.
“Iwasan na po nating mag-judge, humusga, manlait so let’s move on.”